The Sanctuary gears up for second annual car show

By Rachel Hall, reporting for Bluebonnet News

Cars, trucks, bikes, ATVs, hot rods, muscle cars and more can be found on display at the Midtown Car Show on July 13.

“We have a lot of categories representing all the way from 1920 to present,” said Organizer Jake Clay.

Individuals interested in entering their vehicles simply need to show up on the day of the event.

“There is no pre-registration. Registration starts at 8 a.m. on the Saturday of the show,” he said

Any proceeds collected will be used to benefit The Sanctuary – a house of worship in Cleveland. Half of the funds will be allocated to the youth ministry and the other half will be earmarked for the building fund.

“This isn’t about the money. The goal is to be involved in the community and put on a show with a smile on our faces” said Clay. “If 3 cars or 300 cars show up, we are going to run the show in the exact same way.”

Visitors will also be able to browse vendor booths and participate in games and activities.

“We will be selling barbecue, and we have a kids’ corner for a $3 bracelet,” he said.
The kids’ corner includes activities such as a bounce house, train ride, face painting, fire trucks on display, and more.

“We are trying to give the community something to do that is safe and fun,” explained Clay. “Come out expecting to have a good time.”

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